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KidzStuff Theatre for Children Presents Badjelly the Witch

KidzStuff Theatre for Children Inc Presents Badjelly the Witch

The Producers of The Ugly Duckling and Thumbelina Present Badjelly the Witch

By Alannah O’Sullivan from the book by Spike Milligan

Directed by Kate McGill

16 April – 30 April

At 4 Moncrieff St., Mt. Victoria

Once upon a time there was Tim and Rose ....then along came the wickedest witch in all the world - BADJELLY. ...teeheeheehee!

Huge fun and deliciously zany.

Tim and Rose set off to look for Lucy their cow, and meet some crazy characters along the way. Mudwiggle, Binklebonk and of course Badjelly, who wants to turn them into sausages! Can a mouse who was once a banana save them?

We are delighted to have the talented Kate McGill directing this much-loved story by Spike Milligan for the April school holidays

The cast includes KidzStuff favourite, Bryony Skillington, as Badjelly. Bryony has starred in the KidzStuff productions of Puss n Boots, The Pied Piper, Cinderella and The Ugly Duckling.

Anne Rene Brashier who appeared in Thumbelina last year plays several characters including the delightful Dinglemouse. We are thrilled to introduce three newcomers to KidzStuff - James Winter and Amelia Reynolds who play Tim and Rose and Richard Osborne who plays several characters including Badjelly’s not to be trusted side-kick Dulboot.

KidzStuff theatre for children was founded in 1997 by Lewis Rowe, Colleen McColl, and Graham Manson Glover. Their opening production was Badjelly the Witch. This current production is dedicated to Lewis Rowe who died late last year.

Performance Times: Monday - Friday 11am and 1pm Saturdays at 11 am NB: No shows Good Friday

Tickets $10

Groups of 10+ $9.00 each

Children under 2 Free

With special prices for holiday programmes

Special Opening Preview 16 April $5.00 per ticket.

Bookings: phone 385 0292

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